Another View on Climate

My Own View of Global Warming

Do 10ths of a Degree Matter?

Posted by greg2213 on April 16, 2010

In my view, no, other than as talking points to people to yell at each other.

Assumming that the global temperature…

  1. actually has any meaning given all the regional variation, and
  2. is something that actually can be measured, and
  3. that we have the technology to do it accurately, and
  4. that we actually are doing it accurately…

can we pick out changes coming about from a .1 degree change? Does the world care about .1 degree?

Willis at WUWT runs with the topic and says, “no.”  Where’s the climate Beef?


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